Chuck Schumer Spews Liberal Vomit Everywhere, Ted Cruz Steps in and Sets the Record Straight

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Ted Cruz blocks RBG resolution due to partisan line

The Senate, as of Tuesday, has failed to pass a resolution honoring the passing of Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, after Senator Ted Cruz objected to a line inserted by Democrats about Ginsburg’s dying wish that the vacancy not be filled until after the presidential election is decided.

Senator Ted Cruz accused Senate Minority Leader Chuck Schumer of politicizing a ceremonial effort, and changing a “bipartisan resolution into a partisan resolution.”

Cruz scolded the Democrats over their complaints about the Republicans moving ahead with a nomination before the election. He suggested replacing the partisan line with one that reflects Ginsburg’s objections to packing the court with additional justices, which the Democrats have suggested doing as revenge should they retake the Senate and presidency in the election.

“We are sadly seeing one side of the aisle embrace more and more dangerous and radical proposals, including trying to use brute political force to politicize the court. That is not consistent with the Constitution,” the Senator said.

Schumer’s response to Cruz was the typical Democrat attack, without any actual argument against the points that Senator Cruz made. “Justice Ginsburg would easily see through the legal sophistry of the argument of the junior senator from Texas. To turn Justice Ginsburg’s dying words against her is so, so beneath the dignity of this body,” Schumer said.

Cruz then objected to Schumer’s version of the resolution, tabling it for the time being.

This dispute is representative of the tensions and fighting occuring within the nation’s capitol over President Trump and Senate Republicans’ decision to move ahead to the nomination process. Both Trump and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell have made clear that they will be attempting to push the nomination through prior to the election.

Democrats have attempted to use Senate Republicans’ past statements against them in regards to not replacing the late Justice Antonin Scalia in 2016 with former President Obama‘s nomination of Merrick Garland. Republicans have repeatedly argued that the circumstances were different, as Senator Cruz did in his argument against the resolution.

The opening on the court came nine months prior to the 2016 election, and Republicans refused to consider Obama’s nominee. The difference between that situation and today is that there was a divided government. With a Democrat president, and a Republican majority in the Senate, the voters had clearly chosen to place a check on Obama’s presidential powers.

Today, Republicans control the Senate and the presidency, and therefore have the ability to confirm a Supreme Court Justice.

“Maybe Justice Ginsburg hoped that her dying wish could save the Senate majority from itself. It doesn’t appear that way. But here on the floor this afternoon, we ask our colleagues to acknowledge her entire life and legacy, including her dying wish,” Schumer said, attempting to counter Senator Cruz’s objection.

“Under the Constitution, members of the judiciary do not appoint their own successors,” Cruz said, in response to this argument.

Cruz also cited a previous statement from Justice Ginsburg about court-packing, where she told NPR: “Nine seems to be a good number. It’s been that way for a long time.”

7 COMMENTS

  1. Democraps need the Court divided evenly for their plan to work. They know unless they can cheat Harris into office they won’t get into power. I say Harris because Pedo Joe will be declared UNFIT at the soonest possible moment. Democraps know with all the IGNORANCE they have allowed and have done since the year started will be their undoing.

  2. Try as I might, I’ve read and reread the Constitution several times front to back, back to front, and side to side, and I’ve yet to find this “Supreme Court Justice Dying Wish Clause” anywhere in that hallowed document (I haven’t tried reading it with my head up my arse, and maybe that’s how you find it). I’ve called BS towards the Granddaughter’s claim from the beginning. In 40 years of caring for the dying, I’ve never heard anyone worry about their “job.”
    Liberals are upset because President Trump gets to make a third pick for the court, and they’ll try every disgusting trick they can come up with, in an attempt to prevent it. How anyone could conceive of voting for these asshats is deeply disturbing.
    Try as they might, the one person solely responsible for the Left’s plight over the seat, is never mentioned. Ruth Bader Ginsburg could have/should have retired in 2013, when the Democrats controlled both the White House and the Senate, but her egotism overrode any sense she had, and she chose to hang on to her power. Who knows what thoughts were going through her devious mind. Maybe she thought consuming Stem Cells from the Aborted Fetuses she supported could be used to prolong her life or something.
    In the end, RGB’s dying Wish is just a political ploy the Left will use to drive their supporters to a frenzy. But her wish has absolutely nothing to do with the Constitutionally mandated function of the Judiciary.

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